Friday, November 1, 2013

My Favorite {Recipe} Season

During the winter I so look forward to asparagus, fresh peas and lettuces.  Before long, I'm pining for tomatoes and cucumbers.  Once I've had my fill of those and my head is spinning from canning and freezing projects, I love settling inside, tending the stove and making the foods that make this time of year my favorite one, recipe-wise.

I wanted to remind you (and myself) of some of our favorites.  Click on the title of the recipe to see more pictures and be taken to the recipe online or turn to the noted page number in the cookbook (I am having so much fun reimbursing orders!).

Pumpkin Bread (page 17) This is my mother's recipe- simple, moist and delicious.

Pumpkin Streusel Bread (page 18)  This spin on pumpkin bread adds raisins and a streusel topping.  It freezes beautifully and makes nice Christmas gifts.

Apple Bread

Sweet Potato Crescent Rolls

Double Corn Bread (page 14) This bread is double because it calls for corn as well as corn meal, making it extra flavorful and moist.

Brunswick Stew (page 39)  This is my favorite stew recipe.  Double it in a large pot and freeze the many leftovers for busy fall nights.

White Chili  (page 37)

Sweet Potato & Sausage Soup

Black Bean & Butternut Squash Chili  (page 38)  Make it in your crock pot and serve it over Double Corn Bread (link above).

Pumpkin Pasta (page 54) It's the ultimate comfort food in my mind.  Greens and pesto round it out making it more healthy and flavorful than macaroni and cheese.  Argue with me if you like, but I'm sticking to it.

Sweet Potato, Caramelized Onion and Feta Pizza  (page 55) An unlikely group of toppings come together to make a fabulous pizza.

Curried-Chicken Potpie (page 66)  Made with potatoes, peas, bell peppers and raisins with a little cream cheese to make it wonderful and creamy.

Sweet Potato Pie  (page 93) Cut back on the sugar a bit and serve it as a side dish or don't hold back and bring it out for dessert.

(Concord) Grape Pie (page 90) I think God made these grapes for this pie (or at least it may have been one of His reasons).

Pumpkin Pie (page 95) Simple and traditional- the way it should be (in my humble opinion).  
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1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing! I would really like to try these recipes, especially the black bean butternut squash chili! wow.. sounds fantastic! Have a very blessed day~


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